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SALT LAMP BENEFITS

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The first time I saw a Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp, I was visiting my cousin’s gift shop in Brooklyn, NY. I was immediately drawn to the corner of the store where the lamps were glowing. I remember asking, "What is that?" My cousin replied, “it is a Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp, a natural air purifier.” Being drawn to anything that benefits my health and overall well-being, I had to have one. Needless to say, I left the store that day with a salt lamp. So what is a Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp? A Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp is actually a...

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TAI CHI MEETUP

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If you are interested in meeting others interested in Tai Chi near you visit a Tai Chi Meetup held in your local area. Some of the Meetup topic groups include Qi Gong · Meditation · Martial Arts · Wellness · Internal Martial Arts · Tai Chi Push Hands · Alternative Medicine · Yoga · Healthy Living · Self-Improvement. MARTIAL ART SCHOOLS IN YOUR AREA Locating a Martial Art school in your area shouldn't be a difficult task, use the search method below to help find a martial art school near you.   Enter Zip Code   *Note: The utility above is operated...

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YIN AND YANG

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Why is it that while practicing Tai Chi I feel the tension in my body? Is my alignment off? I would often try to fix my posture so I don't feel the tension. Am I not doing something correctly? Tai Chi is supposed to be like swimming on land. The imaginary water around me should be able to freely pass through me. Air should feel like it can pass through me unblocked. How can this be achieved? The answer is in the Tai Chi Symbol. Imitate the Yin and Yang Symbol. As you practice the form be smooth, balanced, circular,...

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THE PROFESSOR: TAI CHI's JOURNEY WEST

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Last night I attended the New York premiere of “the Professor: Tai Chi’s Journey West” directed by Barry Strugatz at the Museum of the Moving Image June 9th, 2016 in Astoria, Queens New York. I have anticipated this release of this feature documentary for some time now. I learned of the film a few years ago while perusing kickstarter.com. When I learned the NY premiere was to be shown in Astoria Queens I knew I had to check it out. Cheng Man Ching was William C.C. Chen’s Tai Chi teacher. My Tai Chi teacher Bob Klein was a student of...

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WORLD TAI CHI DAY

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"On the last Saturday of April each year at 10 am, tens of thousands in hundreds of cities, in over 70 nations come together... to breathe together... to provide a healing vision for our world. Be a part of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2013 on Long Island. Help spread the word!" - worldtaichiday.org Shorefront Park in Patchogue Long Island is one of the many locations around the world to hold this Tai Chi and Qigong event. This year's event was held from 10 am to 12 pm Saturday, April 30th, 2016. The weather was great, check out the...

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